Here are some highlights of the week so far:
Ameera, Sara and Quinell have become tennis superstars! Sara bounced the ball 203 times without dropping it! Ameera is becoming a new squash champion!
Quinell has settled in really well and enjoying basketball. Zach is showing us his version of social distancing!
Here are Group 2 JUMPING FOR JOY because they are SO HAPPY to be back at school.
Noah and Jubayra have been getting creative with chalk and the new playground equipment!
Ishaac, Jahan, Mikeal, Talha and Aman are all perfecting their penalty skills!
Let's try this ageing maths investigation. Try and work out the ages of the Smith family and add them to the family tree. I have added a 100sq just in case!
During historical protests and political movements art has played an important role in delivering messages.
Below are two famous political paintings. The first is the peasants revolt of 1381 where farmers and peasants rebelled against rising taxes to pay for war. The second painting is Picasso's Guernica in 1937. This painting was controversial at the time as it depicts the horrors of war with many symbolic images.
How is political art different to what we see today? Take a look at some of the powerful artwork people have created since the civil rights movement...
Why do you think these images have:
Slogans or words?
The image of the hand rising into a fist?
Which picture is the most effective and why?
Create your own equality poster for a protest.
Think about the images you want to put. What slogans will you use? You can make your poster for the civil rights movements, girls rights for education, climate change or any other cause that is important to you?
Remember to send in picture of your poster!